Does the Florida flag resemble the Confederate flag to you?

I feel that the Confederate flag is part of Southern heritage.Why are some against it? I was born in Mobile, Alabama where racism was still very much alive while I was growing up.Hell, my pre-school bus was held up one day while going to school by Klansmen.The Klansmen have their own flag which is NOT the confederate flag.So why be so offended by it?"WE" have overcame......

**Sorry for the randomness, but this was just a topic of debate in my office.How do you feel about it.**How did the topic come up? There is an urban clothing line that is based on the Conferderate design owned by a Latin male whom was raised in the South.He has been labeled as unethical and ignorant.I don't think that's right. One of his designs (a simple belt buckle of the flag design) was worn by Andre 3000 in the "Sorry Ms.Jackson" video.I guess that was the real reason Rosa Parks sued.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    It's as much a part of southern history as lynchings are. It should be remembered, but be reviled along with the rest of that ignorant crap.

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  • ?
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    3 years ago

    a speedy google search for got here upon this archives: DESCRIPTION: followed in 1900, the flag recollects the Southern pass used by technique of the Confederacy in the course of the Civil warfare. That pink pass is placed on a white guard, with the state seal based. The flag represents the land of light, flora, palm bushes, rivers and lakes. The seal effective elements a superb sunlight, a cabbage palmetto tree, a steamboat crusing and a community American Seminole female scattering flora.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, the Florida flag,does not resemble the Confederate flag to me. But just in case you have not looked at the Mississippi flag, that one does....The South in general has carried on old traditions longer than the rest of the Country...just my opinion.....thank you

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